Sacroiliac joint

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  • Sacroiliac Joint Pain: A Case Study

    On 11/15/2016, the claimant reported a return of symptoms and stated that she started having spasm while working. On 11/18/2016, the claimant complained of right sacroiliac joint pain and sacrum pain that was described as moderate and constant which was rated as 5/10. There was also mild-moderate and constant right hip pain that was rated as 4/10 as well as moderate and constant neck pain that was rated as 6/10. The neck pain was unchanged since the last visit while the pain in the right sacroiliac joint, sacrum, and right hip were getting better. Examination revealed that there was increased myospasms in the right paralumbar, right parathoracic, and right paracervical muscles. The tenderness over the neck, occiput, right shoulder blade, upper mid back, mid back, low back, sacrum, right sacroiliac joint, right buttock, and both shoulders had decreased since her treatment date.…

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  • Lumbar Spine

    Not everyone can externally rotate their legs to this great of a degree. This pose can also stress the sacroiliac joint in a harmful way. Caution is advised to prevent injury and it is a Yoga teachers job to teach this pose responsibly. For people with hypermobility of the sacroiliac joint Pigeon Pose may not be a good idea. They will want to do more poses that strengthen and tighten the joint rather than stretch it. The idea in yoga is not to avoid stress but to stress the joint…

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  • Gastrocnemius Case Study

    Musculoskelet Med (2009) 2:74–77. Level of evidence: B 2. Brain Corrigan, G. D. Maitland; 2004; Musculoskeletal; Sports Injuries; Elsevier Limited; 1994 3. Higgins, M. (2011). rehabilitation of the lower extremity. In Therapeutic exercise: From theory to practice (p. 362). Philadelphia: F.A. Davis Co 4. Hendrickson, T. (2003). chapter 9 : leg , ankle and foot. In Massage for orthopedic conditions (p. 349). Philadelphia, PA: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins. 5. Konin, J. G. (2006). section 11 ankle…

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  • Strength And Conditioning Exercise Analysis

    As discussed, both the HC and VJ start with hips, knees flexed and ankles dorsi-flexed, with muscles going from an eccentric state to a concentric state very quickly to produce a rapid movement, ending up with a triple extension of those joints (Astorino et al., 2013). As these are the main joints involved in both the HC and VJ, the major muscle groups activated are the quadriceps, hamstrings, gluteal, gastrocnemius, soleus and tibialis anterior (McBride, McCaulley, & Cormie, 2008). This type of…

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  • Quadriceps Muscles Research Paper

    are a very important leg muscle that has a great impact on our lives. The quadricep femoris muscles cover most of the femur and is made up of four parts. These four parts include: vastus medialis, vastus lateralis, vastus intermedialis, and rectus femoris. The vastus medialis is on the inner side of the thigh, and makes up the shape of the inner leg. The vastus lateralis is on the outside of the leg and therefore shapes the outer leg. The front part of the thigh is the vastus intermedialis.…

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  • Cruciate Ligament Research Paper

    The knee is made up of four main things: bones, cartilage, ligaments, and tendons. The knee is a ball in socket and the elbow is a relatively simple hinge joint which only allows flexion and extension. The radius is smaller of the two forearm bones and sits on the outside of the joint.As spoken about before the cruciate ligaments are made up of two types of ligaments, the anterior and the posterior. They are often referred to the ‘crucial’ ligaments because it is important that the help the knee…

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  • Anterior Tibiofibular Ligament Research Paper

    Anterior Tibiofibular Ligament The anterior tibiofibular ligament is often referred to as the high ankle ligament, and it is the one that is damaged when the foot is stuck on the ground and rotated inwardly. The ankle is a hinge joint that connects the foot and the leg, allowing up and down movement. The tibia and fibula bones of the leg form a slot where the talus bone of the foot fits between them. The talus is held to the tibia and fibula by ligaments. Anterior Tibiofibular Ligament The…

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  • Lisfranc Injuries

    It is possible to dislocate the bones within the midfoot joint complex (aka Lisfranc joint) of the foot: This joint complex consists of the ligaments and bones that connect the forefoot to the midfoot. Lisfranc injuries include strains and tears to the ligament itself in addition to bone dislocations and fractures. The Role of the Midfoot As an individual walks, the midfoot is responsible for transferring the forces that the calf muscles generate to the front of the foot. Furthermore, the…

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  • Essay On Knee Injury

    Meniscus Tear A meniscus tear is a knee injury in which a piece of the meniscus is torn. The meniscus is a thick, rubbery, wedge-shaped cartilage in the knee. Two menisci are located in each knee. They sit between the upper bone (femur) and lower bone (tibia) that make up the knee joint. Each meniscus acts as a shock absorber for the knee. A torn meniscus is one of the most common types of knee injuries. This injury can range from mild to severe. Surgery may be needed for a severe tear.…

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  • Knee Joint Research Paper

    Healthy joint The knee joint is a synovial joint and connects the femur to the tibia and consists of two joints the tibiofemoral joint, which joins the tibia to the femur and the patellofemoral joining the kneecap to the femur. These two joints work together to form a hinge joint allowing the knee to bend and straighten and to also rotate slightly from side to side. Muscles There are two main muscles groups of the knee, the hamstrings, quadriceps and muscles of the calf all work to flex,…

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